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Refractometer RA-620

  • Measuring Range (nD) : 1.32000~1.58000
  • Temperature Control : Peltier Thermostat 5 – 75℃

Refractometer RA-600

  • Measuring Range (nD) : 1.32000~1.7000
  • Temperature Control : Peltier Thermostat 5 – 75℃

Portable Refractometer RA-130

  • Compact size; Light weight; High precision
  • Wide measuring range
  • Brix : 0 – 85%
  • Refractive index : 1.3200 – 1.5000
  • Data storage : 1,100 measurement results

Portable Brix Meter BX-1

The BX-1 is a handy portable brix meter that features easy on-the-go measurement.

The Portable Brix Meter BX-1 is a convenient refractometer that enables you to determine the Brix of food, beverage and other samples virtually anywhere!
Measurement is fast, requiring only 2 seconds.
It has a wide measurement range of 0-85% (±0.2%), ample for the vast majority of samples/applications.

EMS Viscometer EMS-1000S

  • Resolving problems of viscosity measurements which the conventional measurement methods could not realize.
  • The world’s first new method “EMS (Electro Magnetically Spinning) method” changes common sense of viscometer.

EMS viscometer is a new type innovative viscometer that changed the common sense of viscosity measurement in the world for the first time.
By applying torque to the spherical probe in the sample remotely from the outside of the sample container using the force of the magnetic field, we succeeded in completely separating the sample from the device.
We have prepared a state-of-the-art viscosity analytical technology with easy-to-use software and a spherical probe that can be selected according to sample properties, enabling application in a wide field. It is also compatible with small amount, low viscosity measurement which was difficult to measure up to now.
This product adopts part of development results obtained as the framework of JST Japan Science and Technology Agency.
(Patent application No.5093599, US 8,365,582 B2, Applicant name: The University of Tokyo)